Subject: Cindy and Hillary
Dearest Mr. Bart:
As the case, typically when we sit and have to
talk to a doctor, a lawyer, a boss or a politician, those of us
And typically, the person listening is way less
emotionally involved and thus strives to maintain an intellectual,
Those who are very successful at listening, very
often are very successful at what they do.
It wasn't news to Hillary the day Cindy visited.
Cindy was a childless mother, and Hillary the vessel for the message.
My sarcasm dectetor just barked like a Chihuahua
It is my opinion, and my opinion only that Hillary
was required by the very fact that she is a public servant, to explain,
But Cindy's complaint wasn't that Hillary was
stingy with information.
It was Hillary's job at that moment in time to do whatever she could to help Cindy understand and have hope.
It was Hilary's job at that moment in time to
do the right thing, say the right thing,
Your "only Cindy" and "towering intellect" comments
tell me you're not a neutral observer.
Those of us with little to no voice in this meat
grinding process called democracy, depend on the checks
It was water under the bridge for Hillary, but a drowning sea for Cindy.
Another semi-snarky attack - why?
Sure, she could've picked up the phone and yelled
at Bush, but Casey would still be dead.
On the day Hillary met Cindy, Hillary had already
accumulated tens of years of experience meeting and talking
There you go again...
If Cindy is somehow successful at demonizing the
Democratic front-runner, what will she say
It's my opinion that Cindy is fighting against
her own best interests.
Or being stingy or worried that if she uses it
for Cindy she might not have enough for her presidential run.
If Hillary does the "right thing" and we get a
Republican again in '08, who wins?
We need a champion who is willing to buck the
odds, not hide behind freshman status,
I think you have that exactly backwards.
I am afraid to say that the truth of that meeting
between Hillary and Cindy has been lost to perception.
I'll put this on the Bartblog
to give you uncensored access to reply.